Lee Sievers has been passionate about Wildlife for as long as she can remember. Volunteering at Currumbin Wild Life Hospital she was introduced to rescue and rehabilitation of Wildlife through Wild Care and was able to realise her passion for the safety and wellbeing of our native wildlife by stepping into a carer role. Introduced to Bats Qld through a Workshop that was offered to Wild Care carers she embarked on the journey of caring for orphaned flying foxes. These incredible misunderstood mammals have completely stolen her heart and she is now rescuing and moving into the role of rehabilitation of juveniles. Passionate in reaching out and educating as many people as possible the important role that these beautiful creatures play in our eco system and to dispel the many myths that surround them. Lee has spent the majority of her working life in the Health & Fitness industry as a Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor and as a Head of Department across two of Queensland’s biggest health clubs as well as Office Manager in her family Painting & Decorating business. None of these roles compares to the opportunity to rescue raise, rehabilitate and release injured or orphaned Wildlife. It truly is one of life’s greatest experiences and one that I look forward to continuing for years to come.